Waterfall Photography Workshop – POSTPONED
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Waterfall Photography Workshop – POSTPONED

Education and outreach project manager Tim Moffett will lead a casual hike along Siuslaw National Forest’s Sweet Creek Trail in Mapleton on Saturday, November 4th, 4:00-6:00 PM. The focus will be on waterfall photography, using whatever cameras participants have available, from cell phones to DSLRs. Enjoy the last of daylight […]

Siuslaw Saunter with Oregon Wild
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Siuslaw Saunter with Oregon Wild

Walk among giants! Join us and our friends from Oregon Wild on Sunday, October 8th, 10:30 to Noon, at Siuslaw National Forest’s PAWN Old Growth Trail for a guided hike, including interpretation of the natural and human history and the plant and animal life of this special place. Please feel […]

Mushroom Hunt & Culinary Demonstration — RESCHEDULED FROM 8/19
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Mushroom Hunt & Culinary Demonstration — RESCHEDULED FROM 8/19

Experts Britnee and Fernando will guide us in forest fungus foraging on Saturday, September 9th, 9:00-11:00 AM, at Bob Creek State Recreation Area, north of Florence on US101 (milepost 170). Our guides will begin with mushroom identification, followed by foraging, and end with a culinary demonstration. Participation is limited to […]

Birding Tour with McKenzie River Trust
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Birding Tour with McKenzie River Trust

Connect With the Land With Us! Join McKenzie River Trust to discover the birds found at Waite Ranch. ┬áJim Regali and Dennis Arendt will be our ornithology guides for this walking tour. Waite Ranch is about 3 miles from Florence, just east of the Cushman Bridge between Hwy 126 and […]

Siuslaw Estuary Cleanup
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Siuslaw Estuary Cleanup

Explore the estuarine marshes of the Siuslaw and contribute to habitat improvements by joining us for a litter cleanup on Saturday April 29th, 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Volunteers will be transported in groups via boat from the Port of Siuslaw Campground to a conservation area near Florence. The islands […]

Crayfish Workshop
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Crayfish Workshop

The River Mile Network have developed a crayfish data collection program to monitor species distribution, non-native introduction, and community health of the native crayfish species of the Pacific Northwest. Locally, we are recruiting a volunteer team to assist this effort on an as-available basis. On March 17th, 10:00 AM to […]